Valerie Sigamani and Judit Manchay share about their experience at March for Our Lives in the latest episode of the Adventist Peace Radio podcast. This march, which took place on March 24, 2018, was inspired by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Florida, where seventeen people were killed, and another 17 were wounded.
Valerie Sigamani is originally from Los Angeles, but she is currently living in Florida with her husband. She believes that the way we treat people is the way we treat Jesus, and she has the privilege of serving Jesus at Preemptive Love Coalition, an international welfare organization working in Iraq, Syria, and the US. She also enjoys serving women in the church by running an online magazine called Wild + Faith.
Judit Amparo Manchay is always eager to engage in conversations related to life, faith, and eternity. Currently, she lives in Berrien Springs, Michigan, where she is learning and loving it. She is working toward her Master’s degree in the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. Together with a team of tenacious women, she is developing Wild + Faith, an organization and online magazine for Christian Women.
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